Orchestras are tuned to A = 440 hrz
Visible Light wavelengths from 380-750 nm
Stars get their color from the elements they burn.
Therefore, by the power of arbitrary correlation, E5 is red.
Visible Light - NASA Science
What is the visible light spectrum? The visible light spectrum is the segment of the electromagnetic spectrum that the human eye can view. More simply, this range of wavelengths is called visible light. Typically, the human eye can detect wavelengths from 380 to 700 nanometers. WAVELENGTHS OF VISIBLE LIGHT All electromagnetic radiation is light, but […]
Invoking the power of arbitrary correlation, we can associate the color to atomic matter.
Hydrogen stars burn red.
E5 is hydrogen.
Gone a bit mad scientist on this one.
I am thinking of triggers that can fire when music platform is triggered.
One trigger is to set a color mapped to that note.
I am interested in what colors appear if I map the visible light spectrum to 12tet music notes tuned to A440
F = Violet - Red
C = Green
G = Violet - Red
D = Yellow
E = Red
B = Cyan
Could spawn colored bubbles when hit a platform
Could spawn Hydrogen.
Have no idea what spawning units of hydrogen gives you.
But it is a cracked way of adding resources to the game.
Based on this:
Helium = Green = C
Carbon = Cyan = B
Iron = Yellow / Blue / Violet = D A F G
Calcium = Violet = F G A
Oxygen = Yellow / Green = C D
Sodium = Yellow / Red = C E
Hydrogen = Red = E F G
Hydrogen + Oxygen = Water
Water = Red + Yellow / Green = E F G + C D
Cracked, I know.
Real mad scientist vibes.
But bro, I'm here for it.
Spawning colored bubbles is a legit task. A colored particle spraying confetti triggered when you make contact.
But all Im saying is if I wanted to mess with large units of resources for some reason.
There's a connection, man.